Hispanic Heritage Month

About Hispanic Heritage Month

Over 17% of our county’s population has roots in El Salvador, Mexico, Spain, Chile, Guatemala, or one of the many other nations in the Spanish-speaking world. As Prince George’s County grows and changes, we want to celebrate the amazing diversity of art and culture that people of Hispanic or Latin descent have added to the rich tapestry of our neighborhoods.

Each year, from September 15 to October 15, we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with music, dance, and art exhibitions throughout the County. At our Opening Reception on Thursday, September 29th at the Prince George's Publick Playhouse, you'll enjoy an evening of art, live music, delicious cuisine and fun activities suitable for all ages! 

Click on any of the three tabs below to learn more about our many offerings for 2022 and join us for this exciting month-long celebration of Hispanic heritage in Prince George's County! 

Online  Presentations from Past Hispanic Heritage Month Programs

The 2022 Hispanic Heritage Month Poster

In 2022, the Department of Parks and Recreation, Prince George's County once again partnered with Pyramid Atlantic Arts Center in Hyattsville to lead a teen artists internship to created the county's official Hispanic Heritage Poster. Learn more about the artists and see the 2022 poster.

Unveiling the 2021 Hispanic Heritage Month Poster

In 2021, the Department of Parks and Recreation, Prince George's County partnered with Pyramid Atlantic Arts Center to lead a teen artists internship that created the county's official Hispanic Heritage Poster. Follow the link below to see the poster and learn more about the artists, their instructor, and their experience. Watch the 2021 poster unveiling on YouTube

Virtual Programs from 2020

Looking for videos from our 2020 Hispanic Heritage Month presentations? 2020 was a year like no other, and our programs were limited while many of our sites were temporarily closed in observance of social distancing guidelines. But, we still had great things to share! Check them out on our YouTube page.